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Friday Harbor Post Office leads state, northern Idaho in Breast Cancer Awareness Month stamp sales

The Friday Harbor Post Office can be proud of its efforts during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It sold They sold $7,123.05 worth of Breast Cancer Awareness postage stamps — the most of any post office in Washington and northern Idaho in October. Teller Yvonne Bowman shows off her certificate; all tellers received one in recognition of their collective efforts. - Jane K. Fox
The Friday Harbor Post Office can be proud of its efforts during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It sold They sold $7,123.05 worth of Breast Cancer Awareness postage stamps — the most of any post office in Washington and northern Idaho in October. Teller Yvonne Bowman shows off her certificate; all tellers received one in recognition of their collective efforts.
— image credit: Jane K. Fox

The Friday Harbor Post Office can be proud of its efforts during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The local post office sold $7,123.05 worth of Breast Cancer Awareness Month postage stamps — more than any other post office in Washington state and northern Idaho.

Each Post Office window teller received a certificate. However, although pleased to be recognized, window teller Yvonne Bowman pointed out that this was a community success.

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